1889                                  Pasadena                                 1906

Wooden Great Lakes bulk freighter

Built at Cleveland OH by Thomas Quayle’s Sons

258’ LOA, 250’ LBP, 40’ beam, 21’ depth
2 decks, coal-fired boilers, fore and aft compound engine, 700 IHP

Enrolled at Cleveland OH May 3, 1889 (#130)
250.0 x 40.0 x 13.2, 1760.91 GT, 1468.22 NT     US 150465     to:
M. A. Bradley 1/3 et al., Cleveland OH (home port Cleveland OH)

Entered service 1889

Transferred 1893 to Ohio Transportation Co., M. A. Bradley, Mgr.

Remeasured 1899 to 24.8 depth and 1982 GT, 1527 NT

Converted to bulk freight barge 1906 at Cleveland OH by American Ship Building Co.
Remeasured to 259.0 x 40.0 x 24.3, 2076 GT, 1827 NT

Wrecked Oct 8, 1906 at north entry to Keweenaw Waterway.  Two lives lost.  Enroute from Ashtabula OH to Superior WI with cargo of coal towed by str. Gladstone, seeking shelter in the canal from a heavy storm, the barge hit the breakwater at the entrance to the canal.  Enrollment surrendered June 30, 1907.






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